Selsia and National Windscreens have come together to provide a glass repair, replacement and ADAS calibration service for Selsia’s growing list of fleet clients throughout the UK.
With more vehicles being fitted with ADAS, where windscreen-mounted cameras are critical to car safety systems, calibration is often mandated after windscreen replacement to ensure the safety systems continue to work as intended. The partnership therefore includes a UK-wide calibration service with leading calibration technology available at 108 ADAS centres, so windscreen replacement and camera calibration can be provided at the same time, meaning Selsia’s clients will be able to drive away after only one visit. On average, Selsia’s clients will never be more than 11 miles or 20 minutes away from a National Windscreens technician.
L-R Simon Barron, National Windscreens regional sales & marketing manager, Neil Marcus, Selsia marketing director and Neville Lidford, Selsia engineering & operations director
Commenting on the partnership, Selsia’s marketing director, Neil Marcus said “we’re very excited to be bringing National Windscreens into our centrally managed fleet services support proposition and as we take First Notice of Loss (FNOL), we’re able to give our clients an instantaneous and consistent response solution for glass as well as accident repairs. With 800 mobile technicians, the UK’s largest fitting centre network, full coverage of the UK and a market leader in fleet support we know we have a partner we can rely on. And with our 200 approved Selsia bodyshops, we now have a fleet support network of over 300 locations as well as a national network of mobile bodywork and windscreen technicians”.
Simon Barron, regional sales and marketing manager at National Windscreens comments: “Road traffic accidents can cause huge inconvenience for drivers, so we are delighted that Selsia’s clients will now be benefiting from our market-leading service, which provides windscreen replacement and ADAS calibration in one visit, getting vehicles back on the road as quickly as possible.”